By Luke Swiatek
The NHS Induction Ceremony took place on February 2nd, 2017. Numerous students varying from sophomore to senior, all took part in the ceremony. At the ceremony, students were recognized for their outstanding capabilities in and out of the classroom throughout the course of the school year. To be inducted into NHS is a great honor for students here at Brother Rice. Every year, more and more students apply to become a member of NHS, looking to further their success through the course of their high school careers.
Brother Rice’s NHS, or National Honor Society, is a great way for students to begin a new chapter in their years here at Brother Rice. NHS focuses on bringing out the student’s scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Students can apply for NHS at the beginning of their sophomore year. The students who are chosen are depended upon by Brother Rice students and faculty to do several tasks. They work various events and tutor fellow Crusaders who struggle with certain classes, but they also need to show academic integrity. NHS members are expected to maintain above average grades, which includes a 3.5 GPA, and no letter grade lower than a D. The students who choose to pursue a membership in the National Honor Society should truly Act Manfully in Christ Jesus.